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Ijfe Huntleg IFarmstJie VOLUME 21-NUMBER 21 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27,1981 ORAFfON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPeK - SINCE 1960 Huntley High School School Files Huntley, 111.60142 USPS580-360 12 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 ISc PER COPY PIG ROAST AT PARKSIDE CLASS REUNION (Approximately 140 people enjoyed a delicious pork dinner ai I Pigg's Parkside Tap Grand Opening last Sunday. The Pig Roast was! held on the land between Parlcside and the Huntley Pharmacy whichj ' was once occupied by Lawson's Meat Market and Farley's Store. The meal was prepared by Bill Keams with the assistance of Bud Ewert and , of course, Pigg. It was served under a tent. The day featured a special 25c draft beer for those attending the Pig Roast. It is estimated that over 250 people attended the Open House. Pictured above are members ofthe Class of 1966 who held their 15th Reunion on Sunday, August 16th. The Group enjoyed a pot luck dinner. There were games for children and adult and a lot ot reminiscing. SUE SCHALLER SAYS THANK YOU SCHOOL BOARD MEETINQ The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools, Huntley, Illioois, was held in the High School Building on August 13, 1981 at 7:30 p.m. The President being absent the ineeting was called to order by Mr. Pupich, President Pro-Tem at 7:30 P.M. uPon roU call the f(rilowing members answered present: Mr. Reid, Mr. Spears, Mr. Zirk and Mr. Pupich. Absent: Mrs. Basel, Mr. Grismer, and Mrs. Livingston. All present joined io the Pledge to the Flag. -Mr. Spears moved Mr. Reid 2nd to spprove the minutes of the Budget Hearing held on July 23 with corrections. The motion carried 4'yeas and 0 nays. Mr. Reid moved Mr. Spears 2nd to approve the minutes o( the July 23 meeting with corrections. Motion carried 4 yeas and 0 nays. Mr. Reid moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to approve payment of the monthly agenda of bills as amended: Item 7215 change to Swedberg & Assoc. Inc.; delete Item 7230 Simplex Time Recorder Co.. Add Item 7240 Country Companies S54.00 Education..$29,560.70; Build¬ ing..$28,%2.63; Transportation .$1211.33 The motion carried 4 yeas and 0* nays. Mr. Reid moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to accept the bid of Lowery- McDonnell for $7910.00 to provide 35 SICO model 2800 cafeteria benches. The motion carried with 3 yeas and 1 nay cast by Mr. Spears. The Board went into Ezecutive Session at 8:12 p.m. to discuss Personnel. Came out of Ezecutive Session at 8:55 p.m. Mr. Zirk moved Mr. Spears 2nd to approve Employment of: Basketball Asst. girls - Joyce Radostits Basketball G.S. "A" Larry Kahl Basketball G.S. "B" Jean Iverson Baseball Head - James Tichy Baseball Asst. Doug Cederberg Softball Head - Joyce Radostits Softball Asst. - David Brown VICA - Dale Froehlich Class Sponsor -Sr. . Stephen Polep Class Sponsor-Jr. Glen Delaney Class Sponsor-Soph. Joseph Manning Qass Sponsor-Frosh C. Wm. Leggee Class Sponsor Sth Patricia Lawlor Nationa] Honor Society Stephen Polep Cheerleaders G.S. Holly Ravitz Trainer-Fall James Skomer Trainer-Winer Spring James Tichy Intramurals Jean Iverson Dean of Students/ Student Council H.S. Glen Delaney Student Counci] G.S. Gloria Christensen The motion carried with 3 yeas and 1 nay cast by Mr. Spears Mr. Reid moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to approve the Inservice Program for 1981-82; Foutj Institute Days (August 27,| Continued on Page 2 A busy agenda faced the Grafton Township tnutees at their regular meeting on Thursday night. The pecessaiy publishing to conform with the new la AT conceming the levy set by the board, for the Town Fund, Pennanent Hard Road and tbe Road District, drew attendance of many and provoked controversial disciu¬ sion. The regular business meeting was held at 7:30 p.m. and at 8 p.m. were opened at the advertised time for a pickup truck for the road district and seal coating of Township roads. Ben Hansford was the only 6idder for the truck - $9,967.15 and Geske and Sons, low bidders, were awarded the road bid at $8,542.50. Following the bid opening an interim meeting was held to discuss the "levy" Continued on Page 2 Last Sunday, Sue Schaller invited friends to eqjoy cake and coffee with her as a gesture of thanks. Sue left Wednesday for Northem Illinois University. She has been active in Huntley not only as a cheerleader. Miss Huntley for Harvard Milk Day but also being a waitress at the Village Inn. The Band of Angels were on hand along with her co-workers to give her a nice send off. Her father, Joe, helped serve cake.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|